Enchanted hat that uses magic and accounting to examine falling share prices and corporate trickery.
The way Nicholas Bolton kept his brown hair messy and long around his ears was more junkie rocker than corporate raider, more Carl Barat than Carl Icahn.
Activist shareholders question Spacetalk’s “creative” audits
It is a truth universally acknowledged that when an announcement is released after the market has closed on a Friday, it is not going to be good news.
The percentage of users on Twitter that are bots is seemingly dwarfed by the percentage of users on Twitter that are experts in Delaware corporate law.
The mugging of retail investors on the ASX is helped by a double standard.
There has been no shortage of bids for LNK but the market has lost faith in a deal ever closing.
Elon Musk’s accumulation of Twitter shares leads the board to adopt a takeover defence.
Amid a global pallet shortage, pallet rental prices remain low.
The former Lark CEO claims to have been a victim of the badger game but has this changed company fundamentals?
The global video game market is worth more than AUD$250 billion. The Australian Government has plans to increase Australia’s share.
BHP is the most shorted stock on the ASX, with close to 18% of its equity sold short.
Developing and commercialising drugs is an expensive business and the whale must take in great gulps of capital.
Like the spirits that visit Scrooge, let us a take a journey into two tales of Christmas corporate trickery.